The Cinderella story of Russian powerhouse, Deus Vult, in the M5 World Championship has reached its conclusion. Unfortunately, the team faced a formidable opponent, Blacklist International, during the Lower Bracket Semifinals, resulting in a decisive 0-3 defeat that shattered its dreams of reaching the grand finals.
Despite its elimination, Deus Vult leaves the tournament with a respectable 4th place finish, leaving an indelible mark on the global stage and capturing the admiration of fans worldwide. In a post-match press conference, Mathaios “Kid Bomba” Chatzilakos, the esteemed EXP Laner for Deus Vult, graciously shared his plans following this MLBB world-stage experience. Contemplating whether to venture into content creation or stay dedicated to his esports career, Kid Bomba’s future endeavors add an intriguing layer to Deus Vult’s narrative, keeping fans intrigued even after the conlcusion of the team’s tournament journey.
Esports or Content Creation, Kid Bomba answers
In the grand arena of the M5 World Championship, few luminaries shine as brightly as Deus Vult’s Kid Bomba. Within the Mobile Legends community, his influence extends far beyond the battlefield, evidenced by a dedicated following. Some fervent fans have gone to the extent of adopting his in-game alias as a mark of profound respect, a testament to the impact he has made.
Emerging from the M5 World Championship with a commendable 4th place finish, Kid Bomba delineated his focus for the upcoming year. Despite the allure of content creation, his unwavering commitment lies in doubling down on his career as a professional player.
“Probably I will create content while playing pro… It’s where I find the most success,” he expressed. “I don’t want to be a full-on content creator.”
In a firm declaration, Kid Bomba expressed a preference for esports over content creation, stating that he would “rather give up content creating than esports.”
Deus Vult etched a significant milestone as the CIS representative, reaching unprecedented heights in all M-Series tournaments. Contrasting with the previous M3 representative, Natus Vincere (NAVI), which concluded at 7th-8th place. The region was not part of the M4 World Championship and only made its comeback recently in the M5 World Championship.